Radiology is a medical specialty that use imaging technology to diagnose, monitor the progress and treat some of the diseases or conditions. This technology recreates diverse images of body components for diagnostic or therapy purposes. Non-invasive tests in medical imaging allow clinicians to diagnose injuries and diseases without becoming intrusive. Medical imaging is a critical component of modern medicine's better outcomes. X-rays, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), ultrasounds, endoscopy, tactile imaging, and computerised tomography (CT scan) are all examples of medical imaging procedures. Nuclear medicine functional imaging techniques, such as positron emission tomography (PET) scans, are also valuable medical imaging treatments. Imaging technology encompasses the technical aspects of radiology's diagnostic and therapeutic processes.
With rising medical care standards and the need for further advancement, there is a nationwide shortage of highly qualified imaging professionals. These individuals are in high demand to improve the quality of health care in the medical devices and imaging sector, hospitals, medical colleges, and the academic field.